The first steps towards producing this animation; the opening garden scene. I rather like it, though obviously it's only just cooking. The camera needs improving, more flowers and vines needed, and window is needed and a texture for the brick wall is also required and I'll need to light it of course. It takes a long time to render, however this is probably going to be the heaviest scene of all, so best to get it out of the way nice and early. I'll be rendering 1080p in order to get the best quality out of the projector. Usually I wouldn't but I think for this situation it's a neccesity.
The portrait aspect ration is going to work really nicely I think, especially when it's displayed in the correct format.
Hopefully by Sunday I'll have the first minute of animation complete.
I'm a CG artist working just outside of London, specialising in finding innovative and creative ways to represent unusual types of information through the use of computer generated animation and art. This approach has seen me creating animated short films as well as site-specific installation using projection mapping. My animated work has been featured on dozens of high-profile websites including: Short of the Week, Vimeo Staff Picks, BBC and even the late, great Roger Ebert's website.
In 2012 I delved into the world of film photography with no previous experience, and have been happily photographing on analogue formats ever since. When I'm not making animations, I'm probably out taking a photograph.
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